ACM Seeks Association Management Services

Contractor sought to manage the Alliance for Community Media’s activities
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The Alliance for Community Media, the public, education and government channel advocate, is seeking proposals from contractors for the day-to-day management of its business.
The ACM, and its sister organization, the Foundation of the Alliance for Community Media, invites the submission of proposals from contractors for association management services, the alliance says. In the request for proposals, the ACM seeks “to identify a full‐service contractor/association management company to manage and execute the activities” of the alliance and foundation.
Those activities include promoting organizational stability and reinforcing current member activity as well as expanding public policy administrative support and the current variety of organizational services offered, according to the ACM.
The alliance is searching for an associations management company because, as Government Video has reported, ACM’s contract with its current management firm, Coulter Companies, is coming to an end. On Feb. 15, Coulter—which has been the alliance’s management firm since 2011 and provides “staff, infrastructure and support for ACM activities”—notified the alliance it was invoking the 180-day termination clause in their contract.
The deadline for the submission of proposals is May 10, the ACM says. All correspondence pertaining to this proposal should be directed to Keri Stokstad, the alliance’s chair, at or by phone at (855) 794‐8585 extension 111.
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